Printable coupon for free eBook now at the Welcome to Newtonberg blog. Make it easy on yourself this year: print one out for a stocking stuffer!
Today is my birthday and Christmas is in 8 days, so here’s an early present for you all: until January 2, 2013, the eBook of Welcome to Newtonberg is FREE on SmashWords. Simply enter coupon code LA27B at the checkout.
If you like the book, feel free to buy a print copy from Amazon, CreateSpace or Barnes & Noble.
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My very first book,Welcome to Newtonberg, has just been released at Smashwords. No vampires, no aliens, just simple stories of small-town life.
“Newtonberg is a small town, buried deep in the Piney Woods of East Texas. There it has stood, relatively unchanged, for over a hundred years; and it will probably stand, relatively unchanged, for a hundred more…”
With these words, David Emprimo invites you to take a glimpse into the daily lives of the citizens of Newtonberg, a southern cousin to Garrison Keillor’s Lake Wobegon and Jan Karon’s Mitford, and one of the last true examples of “small town life” in America.
Carl Sagan (via zeldawilliams)
I don’t care how old or how masculine you are, who can resist puppies?
While this review is much harsher than I would be, it does sum up my conclusion about this book:
“…by the end, the novel just feels like a 318-page trailer for the next book in the series.”
I’d give it a higher grade than they did, but I still want the next book already!
Love, “The Red Telephone”
Reminded again just how brilliant Forever Changes is. It’s hard to pick just one song. It really needs to listened to as a whole.
Jimmy Nail, “Aint No Doubt”
Loved Jimmy Nail in Still Crazy, so I decided to look up his biggest solo hit. This is the danger of me finding songs I’ve never heard before. Right now it’s on its sixth repeat and will be stuck in my head for the rest of the day. I don’t think I really mind.
Mister Rogers remixed, “Garden of Your Mind”
Life was so much simpler back when Mister Rogers was part of my day. I can’t help but think he would have totally enjoyed this.
Incredible Moses Leroy, “Fuzzy”
From Electric Pocket Radio. Former labelmate of Moke. Song is catchy as heck, video is…a little….bizarre. But it was featured on an episode of Scrubs, so that’s cool.